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No roads, no toilets, plenty of water and (maybe) bears.

Three fire pits, dig your own commode, lots of water year round, but little wood. Expect to forage far if you want a fire. But otherwise a great spot to spend a few summer days away from anyone not hale enough to trek in a few miles.

Fun and beautiful campground

Nice place to stay. Lots of trails and gorgeous scenery in this area.

Fun as a kid

Love this place when I was a kid

So pretty, but a little loud!

I love this campground for the area. Beautiful trails near by, next to a stream, gorgeous views, and of course that mountain air! Trees are perfect for hammocks. I’ve been here a couple times and it’s always been really crowded and loud, and if you want to party in the woods, this is the spot! If you’re looking for a more remote area, this isn’t it. Still an enjoyable campground and if I’m going with several friends this will be the place we go!

All time fave

Love love love. BUT best when not a lot of people are camping unfortunately. Get there early to grab the best spot. Look for a stream and shade! The rocks, trees and streams in the campground and the hike are amazing.


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Beautiful views and waterfalls

These sites are Day use Only, great for hiking, picnic time and you can use the grills they have there. Also good for small gatherings. These are on a first come first serve basis. There is only a couple sites available with picnic tables and this area is always full especially in the weekend. If you go on a hike there is signs which will take you to the waterfall just a couple miles away. This is a great place to go for long hikes as well. Make sure to pack yourself some water and bear spray because you will come across a bear. Please make sure to pack all your trash because I always see trash everywhere and it’s so disappointed to see nature with trash.

Things to know when coming here:

  1. You will need to purchase the pass to park, rangers always come to check and you will get a ticket
  2. Don’t leave valuables in sight
  3. If your hiking, take lots of water.
  4. Don’t go hiking on off site trails. You will get lost.
  5. Follow the signs and you will be ok
  6. Have fun and enjoy your hike.
Great things to do here

There is camping, horseback riding, fishing, trails, biking, hiking, picnics, you can use your jet skies in designated areas, swimming on the pool areas, kayaking, Park for kids and plenty more.

On my adventure I always come here to have a picnic and fish. I brought my horses one time and it was amazing the best time of my life. I will provide some photos. The views are incredible.

Day use only

This campground is Day use only but it’s extremely nice to set up some tents and be there all day. You can do some BBQ and enjoy the creek. This place is called wildwood but it’s on stoneyvale Rd. It’s hard to find but you won’t miss it. There is different areas all around to set up your things I preferred on right by the water where there is shade. Weekends there is always a lot of people here so come super early.